Wednesday, July 16, 2008


So our girls weekend was great. We mainly hung out at home but we also went to leatherbys (the best ice cream place ever!!) and went to The Gateway. Leatherby's was a very interesting visit between Kylee, Kenzi, and Haylie they all hurt themselves, made fun of some girls hitting on the waiter, Kylee spit water all over! It was interesting but fun. I wish I could hang out with my sisters more often. Hopefully they will come visit me more often. The rest of this week hasn't been to exciting. Both of us have just been working. Jeremy more than me! I feel bad for him he has to basicly work, drive back and forth from work, and sleep. I did stay up and saw him last night but it was alittle hard staying up tell 3:30am. Yesterday I found out that my job at the airport is changing. Our commo department is moving over and is going to be under our ramp. Everyone keeps asking me how I feel about it. And ever job has to change at some point or another, you just have to make the best with what you have. I think it will be fine, just need alittle adjusting through time. Also tonight I got a text saying I lost another day at the doctors office. So I will only work Monday mornings 8-12pm I'm thinking I really need to find something else. It cost more to drive there!!!!! So if anyone knows of any good jobs let me know. Love you all

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Over Time

Well we have made it through another week. On the fourth we made dinner and did our own fireworks out front with our hilarious dog "rover". He loves fireworks I will have to video him next time we do fireworks. We put him on a leash and as soon as Jeremy lights off the firework Rover goes nuts jumping in circles, barking and trying to run and bit the firework. It's so funny to watch. I feel bad cause I'm sure the leash is hurting him but he still does it every time. The other funny thing is he doesn't do it when the neighbors light theirs off its only when Jeremy or I light one. Weird dog!!! :) On a little sadder note, Saturday we went to Jeremy's cousins funeral. It was a very nice funeral and they said they had a better turn out then they thought. Sitting there listening and learning about Bo, He was a pretty good guy. Its sad when things like this happen to good people. After the funeral we headed up to Logan for a car show. Unfortunately we made it there two minuets late and couldn't buy any tickets for the 1968 Dodge Charger give away. Jeremy was really sad cause that was the main reason for going up there. So we just walked around and looked at a few cars, Jeremy taught me about a few of them. And then we headed back home. Other than that life has been pretty normal. This weekend Jeremy starts overtime and has to work tomorrow and sat. Then next week he has to go to 12 hr days so he will work from 3pm-3am. So basically I will not be seeing my husband! :( And he has to work next Saturday, so it will be a long week for him. The money will be nice though. Oh yeah and we just got a new four wheeler!!! :) it was one his grandparents are selling us, so I'm excited to go out and use it. Well I guess that's it for now. Oh but one more thing, My little sisters Kylee and Kenzi are going to come and hang out with me this weekend. GIRLS WEEKEND!!!!! :p

Friday, July 4, 2008

Christian "Bo" Widerburg

Well this week we learned that Jeremy's cousin Bo died. We found out about it on Wed. from Jeremy's dad. We are very sad and hope that Calla and Paul (Jeremy's aunt and uncle) are doing well. We hope you will all place them in your hearts and prayers as they get through this. Not the way they planned on spending the 4th of July, but we are glad they are here from Portland around their family. I copied the obituary for anyone that wants to read it. I never got to meet Bo but it sounds like he was a great guy and will be greatly missed.

Christian "Bo" Widerburg
Christian Bo Widerburg 1973 ~ 2008 Christian "Bo" Widerburg, born April 18, 1973, died an accidental death June 28, 2008. Bo was a natural born leader. He was president of Twality Middle School in Tigard, Oregon, where he helped raise over $50,000 for a classmate with cancer. He earned the honor of an Eagle Scout with his project of raising $5,400 for Dorn Beckers Hospital. He served a mission for the LDS Church to France in 1992. Bo was married for seven years. He graduated with a Bachelors Degree in French from the University of Oregon. He was a manager for Cinemark Movie Theaters at Tinsel Town in Layton, Utah, and worked for this company for 10 years. Bo was very giving and kind, all who knew him loved him. Survived by his parents, Paul and Calla Widerburg; sisters: Crystal, Sadie and Chantelle Widerburg; grandparents, Beth Widerburg and David and Janice Coon; and by his dog, Foxy. "Bo will truly be missed" Funeral services will be held Sat., July 5, 2008, 1 p.m. at the South Jordan Stake Center, 2450 West 10400 South. Interment, Valley View Memorial Park. Arrangements under the direction of McDougal Funeral Home.